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South Carolina: Permitless Carry Passes the Senate, Waiting on Concurrence by the House


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Last week, South Carolina moved one step closer to becoming the 28th state to enact Permitless/Constitutional Carry! This effort has been years in the making, clearing a major hurdle by passing the Senate, which has been a roadblock against this effort in past sessions. House Bill 3594, which did receive amendments in the Senate, is now eligible for a concurrence vote in the House. If the House does not concur with the Senate amendments, the legislation is likely dead for this session. NRA members and gun owners need to contact members of the House and urge their support to concur with the Senate amendments on this right to self-defense enhancement in the Palmetto State. A vote in the House is anticipated this week.

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